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Naza M V2 - Throttle calibration problem
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panos.argyropou
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Cyprus
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Hi ! I have install Naza M V2 with GPS and DJI lightbridge on a walkera QRX350.
I use a Graupner MC-20 transmitter and the receiver is a Graupner GR16.

The problem is that when i unlock motors, motors start run in low speed even the throttle
is at 0%. Moreover, when increase the throttle the power of motors is not enough to take off
the drone. Tried to calibrate ESC through receiver/transmitter but looks that calibration was
unsuccesful. In fact ESC didn't enter calibration mode even i did the steps as mentioned in the manual.

Any idea/help pls ?
2015-2-23
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freddiebd
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Flight distance : 1891184 ft
United Kingdom
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This is normal. The motors are meant to spin when Naza is armed. Increase the throttle to above 60% and it will automatically take off
2015-2-24
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panos.argyropou
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freddiebd@iclou Posted at 2015-2-25 04:39
This is normal. The motors are meant to spin when Naza is armed. Increase the throttle to above 60%  ...

hi ! even if i increase the throttle to 100% the quadro don't take off.
is obvious that the power of motors isn't enough for take off even the throttle is at 100%.
however, are you sure that is normal to run the motors after unlock even the throttle is at 0% ?
2015-2-24
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DJI-Dboy
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Hong Kong
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You could change Motor Idle Speed in Naza Assistant
Please check T channal in assistant is 100% when you push the RC throttle to top
Moreover, you could modify the RC throttle endpoint in Graupner MC-20 transmitter if it has that function
2015-3-2
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pinslund
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Norway
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I got this after calibratiing my ESC's


Can somebody please help me here?
Unless this whole copter ends up in flames ia a real flamewheel 450!!!
2015-5-3
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